Ohio finalizes rules for medical cannabis program

Ohio regulators have established rules for a strictly regulated medical marijuana program, though it will have room to grow after it launches in September 2018. As many as 60 dispensaries will be licensed, up from the initial 40, the Cleveland Plain Dealer reported. Applicants for those licenses will fork over $5,000 to apply, and licensing fees will cost $70,000 every other year, according to the newspaper. Up to 40 processors will be licensed to create cannabis oils, patches, topical lotions, capsules and edibles. Initial application fees for processors will be $10,000, and the license winners will pay ... Ohio finalizes rules for medical cannabis program is a post from: Marijuana Business Daily: Financial, Legal & Cannabusiness news for cannabis entrepreneurs